JUST ARRIVED, 28-11 Brand Austin Healey Type 3000 MKIIa Color Black/Cream Interior Black Year of build 1955 Price € 61.500,- AUSTIN HEALEY 3000 MK2a The car is just arrived and more information will be online, in the meantime if you would like more information please do not hesitate to contact us. MORE INFORMATION For more information or an appointment, please call Rutger Houtkamp+31625098150 or send an e-mail to Rutger@Houtkamp.nl . Please do not hesitate to contact us by phone during evenings or in the weekend. The Houtkamp Collection is centrally located near Amsterdam and only 10 minutes from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. Please contact us directly or fill in the form to receive more information on this specific car Your Name (required) Your Email (required) Your phone number Subject Your Message The information provided on this website has been compiled by The Houtkamp Collection with the utmost care. The information contained within this advert is provided ‘as-is’, without warranties as to its accuracy whether expressed or implied and is intended for informational purposes only. The Houtkamp Collection is not liable for any errors or mistakes.
JUST ARRIVED, 22-11 Brand Austin Healey Type 100-4 BN1 Color Green Interior Black Year of build 1955 Price € 81.500,- AUSTIN HEALEY 100-4 BN1 Classic early 100 styling Beautifully restored, an ideal touring example Desirable BN1 Benefit from recent engine rebuilt (2017) Before the 100 LeMans, before the Healey 100S, there was simply the Austin-Healey 100, but what an amazing car it proved to be. The result of a partnership signed in 1952 between the head of BMC, Leonard Lord, and successful automotive engineer and Donald Healey, the ‘100’ – so named for its top-speed capability – was unveiled at the 1952 Earl’s Court Motor Show as a more sporting alternative to the rather stodgy Austin A90 Atlantic convertible. The 100 was simple and strong; the frame comprising a pair of steel rails that ran the length of the chassis about 17 inches apart, passing beneath the live rear axle and below the front lower wishbones. The alloy and steel body was supported by brackets extending outward from the main rails. The engine was the old Austin 90 long-stroke four of 2660cc, developing 90bhp at 4000rpm and 144 foot-pounds of torque at 2000rpm. Griffith Borgeson would write “Such high torque at low
Austin Healey 100/4 BN2 1956. Very rare and highly desirable UK RHD home market car supplied by Car Mart Limited of London. This car has been the subject of an older total restoration by a restoration specialist. It has been finished to M specification including M spec carburettors and cold air box, Dennis Welsh fast road aluminium cylinder head, side exit sports exhaust system and period Dunlop front disc brakes to complete the performance package. Finished in duo tone colour scheme of red over ivory white with black leather trim piped in red. Fitted with over drive, louvered bonnet, le mans style leather bonnet strap, chrome wire wheels. Supplied with period tool kit, handbook and good history file with pictures of the restoration. This is a fabulous example that has been expertly restored with only careful dry weather use only. This car is eligible for such rallies as the Mille Miglia.
Austin Healey 100/4 BN1. Original RHD Ex Australian car. This car has been the subject of an older but extensive restoration. During the extensive restoration it has been converted to M specification which includes 1 3/4“ H6 carburettors, cold air box, louvered bonnet with le mans spec leather strap. Recently this car has had a front disc brake conversion, new clutch with uprated clutch linkage and uprated anti roll bar. Finished in ivory white with black trim and black weather equipment. Fitted with silver painted wire wheels and overdrive. Note. Cherished registration number and brantz retro trip are not included in the sale.
£59950 After a successful period at the Cape, Warwick, producing the Riley-engined cars which bore his name, Donald Healey expanded into the American market with a series of cars with various American engines. In 1952 he formed a partnership with the Austin company of Longbridge to produce the Austin Healey which took the American market by storm. The Austin Healey 100/4 was introduced at the Earls Court Motor Show in 1952, and was a Healey designed chassis using many standard Austin parts, including the four cylinder 2.6 litre engine from the A90 Atlantic, coupled to its three speed gearbox. The bodywork was a radical up-to-date two seater, with a long bonnet and waterfall grille, and a windscreen which slid into a prone position on the scuttle for racing. The cockpit had a characteristic oval dashboard with full instrumentation and two racing type bucket seats with just enough room behind for an overnight bag, but the car also had a large but shallow boot, with the option of a rack on the boot lid for extra luggage. A well fitting hood and sidescreens completed the package. This car, OAC 536 was registered on the 5th November 1953, and the number is from a series of cars register